Andy McMahon

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    Andy McMahon

    Andy McMahon is the vice president of community investment and innovation at UnitedHealthcare Community & State. UnitedHealthcare Community & State (C+S) proudly serves more than 7 million Medicaid members in 31 states and Washington D.C. UnitedHealthcare is a division of UnitedHealth Group, a health and well-being company with a mission to help people live healthier lives and help make the health system work better for everyone. In his current role, Andy works with UnitedHealthcare’s 31 Medicaid managed care plans on community investment and engagement efforts to build and expand community partnerships. These efforts include investments in community-based organizations, affordable housing, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) and other community partners.  Andy also works closely with the UnitedHealthGroup Treasury on their tax credit and social impact investment portfolios and drives new innovations at the community level, including the UHC Catalyst initiative and new endeavors to address social isolation. Finally, Andy partners closely with the C+S Policy and Influence team to advance an array of policy priorities, including work to expand medical respite care, deploy more community health workers and expand tenancy supports to better serve our members. 

    Prior to joining UnitedHealthcare, Andy worked at the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) for 15 years, most recently as the vice president for policy and external affairs. At CSH, Andy led an array of national, state, and local efforts to align systems and integrate resources to create supportive housing opportunities for vulnerable populations. Andy also led CSH's work to develop Pay for Success and impact investing models for supportive housing. Prior to CSH, Andy held positions in both state and local government, as a lobbyist for state housing and community development agencies in Washington, D.C., and helped found and was the first executive director of a non-profit housing organization in Minnesota. 

     

     

    Andy McMahon is the vice president of community investment and innovation at UnitedHealthcare Community & State.
    2016-11-09
    Person
    2022-03-24

Vice President of Community Investment & Innovation at UnitedHealthcare Community & State

Andy McMahon is the vice president of community investment and innovation at UnitedHealthcare Community & State. UnitedHealthcare Community & State (C+S) proudly serves more than 7 million Medicaid members in 31 states and Washington D.C. UnitedHealthcare is a division of UnitedHealth Group, a health and well-being company with a mission to help people live healthier lives and help make the health system work better for everyone. In his current role, Andy works with UnitedHealthcare’s 31 Medicaid managed care plans on community investment and engagement efforts to build and expand community partnerships. These efforts include investments in community-based organizations, affordable housing, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) and other community partners.  Andy also works closely with the UnitedHealthGroup Treasury on their tax credit and social impact investment portfolios and drives new innovations at the community level, including the UHC Catalyst initiative and new endeavors to address social isolation. Finally, Andy partners closely with the C+S Policy and Influence team to advance an array of policy priorities, including work to expand medical respite care, deploy more community health workers and expand tenancy supports to better serve our members. 

Prior to joining UnitedHealthcare, Andy worked at the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) for 15 years, most recently as the vice president for policy and external affairs. At CSH, Andy led an array of national, state, and local efforts to align systems and integrate resources to create supportive housing opportunities for vulnerable populations. Andy also led CSH's work to develop Pay for Success and impact investing models for supportive housing. Prior to CSH, Andy held positions in both state and local government, as a lobbyist for state housing and community development agencies in Washington, D.C., and helped found and was the first executive director of a non-profit housing organization in Minnesota.